Tuesday, October 25, 2005

No, seriously

What's the White House to do when poll numbers show President Bush couldn't even pull 40 percent of the vote were the election this year, when the public is highly critical of the federal response in Hurricane Katrina's immediate aftermath, and when criminal indictments of key staffers look likelier by the day?

Send a cease-and-desist letter to The Onion, of course.

1 Comments:

Blogger RightDemocrat said...

The public is finally waking up to Bush's poor handling of the economy and foreign policy. Given the scandals within the White House and the Republican Leadership, it is no surprise that Democrats have improved their standing in the polls.

If Democrats can move to the center on social issues, return to the tradition of economic populism and establish greater credibility on national security matters, I think that the Democratic Party could emerge as the dominant force in American politics again. Bush and the Republicans have given Democrats a golden opportunity to regain majority party status. The question is will we see the return of the mainstream Democrat who can appeal to the South and Middle America or does the party stay in grip of the Moveonner left only to lose another chance at victory.

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